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[Wisconsin] Greendale​ ​Junior​ ​Tells​ ​Her​ ​Family​ ​Tobacco​ ​Story

The following story was written by the Greendale High School FACT Group, a local group of high school students who are part of FACT — a statewide anti-tobacco advocacy organization that aims to educate students and community members on the effects of smok
Patch.org
added Nov 30, 2017 21:47
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[Kentucky] Lung cancer incidence and the strength of municipal smoke-free ordinances

Comprehensive smoke-free laws were associated with fewer new cases of lung cancer, whereas weak or moderate smoke-free laws did not confer the same benefit. One hundred percent smoke-free laws, covering all workers and the public with few or no exception
Wiley Online Library
added Nov 30, 2017 15:06
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[Kentucky] UK study: Smoke-free laws decrease lung cancer cases

Dr. Ellen Hahn and a team of researchers began a study back in 2004 when Lexington went smoke-free. The study found indoor air pollution in restaurants, bars and other entertainment venues dropped 91% after Lexington's smoke-free law went into effect. Sh
WKYT-TV CBS 27 (Lexington, KY)
added Nov 30, 2017 04:40
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Number of Australian women dying of lung cancer soars by 36 per cent over the past decade - overtaking breast cancer as the biggest killer of females

Health experts say the tobacco industry's advertising techniques have contributed to the increasing number of women falling victim to lung cancer. In the 1980s and 90s women were heavily targeted with feminised 'slim' and 'light' products for sale. 'Th
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Nov 29, 2017 00:24
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[UK] Terminally-ill cancer patient, 62, who was lifelong smoker died when she blew herself up by lighting cigarette while using oxygen tank

Reid, 62, was receiving treatment for her terminal lung cancer at St Margaret's Hospice in Yeovil...'He said she had blown herself up in the smoking room.... remembered wheeling Miss Reid into the room...had no knowledge of the risk of smoking and naked f
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Nov 28, 2017 23:12
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[Kentucky] New Study Shows Lower Lung Cancer Rates in Communities with Strong Smoke-free Laws

A recent study by University of Kentucky BREATHE researchers shows that fewer new cases of lung cancer were found in communities with strong smoke-free workplace laws. The study, "Lung Cancer Incidence and the Strength of Municipal Smoke-free Ordinances"
University of Kentucky
added Nov 28, 2017 21:38
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[Kentucky] Smoking bans help lower lung cancer rates, study finds

That conclusion might seem obvious, but the study by anti-smoking advocate Ellen Hahn of the UK College of Nursing is the first to show that lung cancer rates go down when smoke-free laws cover workers and the general public from the dangers of second-ha
Lexington (KY) Herald-Leader
added Nov 28, 2017 20:40
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[Kentucky] Communities with Strong Anti-Smoking Laws Seeing Fewer Lung Cancer Cases

fewer new cases of lung cancer were found in communities with strong smoke-free workplace laws. ... "Lung Cancer Incidence and the Strength of Municipal Smoke-free Ordinances" was published in Cancer
SurfKY News
added Nov 28, 2017 18:42
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These 5 Foods Can Help You Stop The Spread Of Lung Cancer Scott O’Reilly - November 27, 2017 1.2 K VIEWS 133 November is lung cancer awareness month. More than 160,000 Americans will die from this condition every year. That’s more than the number who wi

Not smoking (or quitting) is the most important thing you can do to reduce your risk of getting cancer.... there are a wealth of natural foods that can help prevent, shrink and fight tumors. Avoiding tobacco smoke and eating better — now that’s a recipe f
The Alternative Daily
added Nov 28, 2017 18:23
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[Asia-pacific, Philippines] Immunotherapy Treatment: New hope in the fight against lung cancer

“We come to realize that the immune system doesn’t attack the cancer because it is weak, it’s because the immune system is unable to recognize the cancer for what it is,” said Wong. As immunotherapy gains approval from the Philippine Food and Drug Admi
Malaya (ph)
added Nov 26, 2017 23:21
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